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<br />JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH <br />MINUTES <br />Thursday, August 16, 2007 <br /> <br />Board Members: <br />Phil Johnson- County CommiSJioner Distrtd #1 <br />David Sullivan - County Commissioner Distrid #2 <br />John /1.uJtin, ~-Tice Chairman - County Commissioner District #3 <br />Jill Buhler- Hospttal Commissioner Distrid #2 <br />GeoffMaJci - Port Townsend City Coundl <br />Sheila Westerman - Citizen at urge (Ctty) <br />Roberta Frimll, Chair- Citizen at Large (County) <br /> <br />StaffMembm: <br />Thomas Locke, MD, Health Officer <br />.Jean Baldwin, Publi" Health Servi"es Diredot' <br />Julia Dam'kin, 1'\Tursing ProgramJ Diredor <br />Mike lvhNidde. Environmetltal Health & <br />Water Quality Director <br /> <br />Meeting was called to order at 2:30 pm on August 16, 2007 by Chair Frissell in the <br />conference room of Jefferson County Public Health. Board members present: Chair <br />Frissell, Member Austin, Member Sullivan, and Member Westerman. Members absent: <br />Member Johnson, Member Masci and Member Buhler. A quorum was present. <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF AGENDA <br /> <br />Board Member Austin moved to approve the agenda. Member Sullivan seconded <br />the motion, which carried by a unanimous vote. <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES <br /> <br />Board Member Austin moved to approve the minutes of July 19, 2007, as written. <br />Board Member Sullivan seconded the motion, which carried by a unanimous vote. <br /> <br />PUBLIC COMMENTS <br /> <br />None <br /> <br />OLD BUSINESS <br /> <br />Jefferson County Clean Water District Press Release <br />Neil Harrington, Water Quality Division Manager, informed the Board about the public <br />meetings being held to discuss formation of a Clean Water District to protect Jefferson <br />County's water and shellfish resources. Neil reported that there has been a lot of useful <br />input from the public. <br /> <br />Member Sullivan remarked that it would be up to the County Commissioners to approve <br />a Clean Water District and that the City and the County will not overlap in funding for <br />the same services. An MOU would need to be drawn up for implementation purposes. <br />Current estimates projects a tax amount of approximately $18.00 per parcel, with the City <br />included. Without the City's participation, the tax would be approximately $24.00 per <br />parcel. He explained the difference between households and parcels. There are 11,000- <br />Jefferson County Board of Health, August 16, 2007 <br />Page 1 of6 <br />